Time: 10:20 am Friday, May 17
Location: Morris Street Hallway, Room #2
Breakout: Engaging Local Government Employees
Everyone knows the old adage of “take care of your employees and they’ll take care of you.” But how do you measure whether you’ve taken care of your employees? New studies suggest that employee engagement can be a way to measure how well your organization is motivating and developing local government staff. In this session attendees will learn what it means to engage employees and how to do so effectively. Especially in local government where resources are slim to provide bonuses or promotional opportunities. Come to ‘Building Engaged Employees’ to hear from two practitioners and a human resources expert on how to motivate, develop, and engage employees as well as why employee engagement matters. This session will build off the other ‘Workforce of the Future’ sessions on how to engage the diverse, inclusive workforce you have worked hard to recruit and retain.
Institute for Public Sector
Assistant City Manager
Digital Content Coordinator
Sterling Heights, MI
Track: Workforce of the Future
The local government workforce is changing and that means that organizations have to adapt. The expectations that employees have for their employers are changing and the organizations that want to attract the brightest minds have to change too. From the latest ways that cities across the country are experimenting to diversity and inclusion this track will explore the changing nature of our places of work.